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Refs to clamp down on dissent
Is the sight of soccer players shouting abuse at referees soon to be a thing of the past? Read full blog
Does Ronaldo care about the haters?
If there is one thing that is certain about Cristiano Ronaldo it is that he doesn’t leave people indifferent. Read full blog
Hats off to Clattenburg, Euro refs
It’s been an entertaining and sometimes dramatic European Football Championships this year in France. Drama in the many missed penalties by both Germany and France in the semifinal. Read full blog
Ronaldo's date with destiny?
Very few footballers split public opinion like the Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo. Read full blog
Inconsistency on penalties baffles
I can understand different referees seeing different situations from different angles and giving differing decisions. That’s part of the game. Read full blog
Wales spearheading European revolution
When Iceland, a nation of 350 000 citizens, stopped the Netherlands from qualifying to the ongoing European Championships, many thought it was due to the drop in form of the Dutch. Read full blog
Nigeria need a miracle to get to Russia 2018
I have often thought that the state of Nigerian football is usually reflected in the state of the country itself, that football cannot be immune from what happens in the rest of the polity. Read full blog
Conte flourishes, Del Bosque, Hodgson flounder
In the closing minutes of the round of 16 tie between champions Spain and Italy, the Italians were making a change. Read full blog
Euro 2016 – a lesson for African football
I am watching the ongoing European Championship 2016 with a lot of interest. Read full blog
Everyone wants to be a ref
I must say I’m getting a little sick and tired of armchair refs who voice their opinions on decisions taken by match officials. Read full blog
RIP Amodu Shaibu
2016 will go down in the history of Nigerian football as a year of calamity, a year of unprecedented loss of some of the country’s greatest football heroes. Read full blog
Bale rising to the occasion
Gareth Bale has two UCL titles and one Copa del Rey in three seasons at Real Madrid. Read full blog
Why Keshi’s death is not his end
In 1984, Stephen Okechukwu Keshi, then captain of the new Nigerian Bank football club, Benin, was banned by the Nigerian Football Association from all football activity in Nigeria. Read full blog
Euro refs doing well so far
The European Football Championships for 2016 have just kicked off in France and so far the action appears to be more on the streets than on the field. Read full blog
The exit of Stephen Keshi
At a time like this one can only draw strength from the depths of philosophy. Read full blog
Michel Platini - Europe's Greatest
Many of my younger readers are used to the image of him as the Uefa president and seeing him presenting the CL Trophy to the winners and being involved at major tournaments as an administrator. Read full blog
Refs need to up their game in the Euros
The 2016 Euros are about to start. All the arrangements are in place and the teams are ready to go. Read full blog
European warfare kicks off
Many in Europe believe that the Uefa European Championship is the most difficult continental championship to win, even more difficult than the Fifa World Cup itself. Read full blog
No tears for Van Gaal
Regular readers here will not be surprised that I thought Van Gaal had to go despite winning the Cup. Read full blog
The game of coaches
I cannot wait for the 2016/2017 EPL season to start. Indeed, the season has already taken off with the game of the coaches. Read full blog

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Dr Errol Sweeney
Refs to clamp down on dissent
Is the sight of soccer players shouting abuse at referees soon to be a thing of the past?

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Does Ronaldo care about the haters?
If there is one thing that is certain about Cristiano Ronaldo it is that he doesn’t leave people...